Centroceras eatonianum 1875
Corallophila eatoniana (Farlow) T.O.Cho, H.-G.Choi, G.I.Hansen & S.M.Boo Cabrillo National Monument, California, USA
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Centroceras eatonianum Farlow 1875: 373
Published in: Farlow, W.G. (1875). List of the marine algae of the United States, with notes of some new and imperfectly known species. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 10: 351-380.
Status of name
This name is currently regarded as a synonym of Corallophila eatoniana (Farlow) T.O.Cho, H.-G.Choi, G.I.Hansen & S.M.Boo
Neotype locality: Seal Rock near Newport, Oregon, USA (Cho, Choi, Hansen & Boo 2000: 324). Neotype: fig 44: T.O. Cho & G. Hansen; 10 July 1998; Herbarium of Department of Botany, Chungnam National University, Daejon, Korea C00044 (Cho, Choi, Hansen & Boo 2000: 324). Notes: A type specimen was not designated by Farlow (1875). Doty (1947) lectotypified C. eatonium with the collection made by Mr. E. Hall in Oregon (probably Clatsop County) in 1871. However, this material is missing (Cho et al. 2000: 324).
No synonyms are currently included in AlgaeBase.
This is a marine species.
Detailed distribution with sources
(as Centroceras eatonianum Farlow)
North America: Oregon (Cho, Choi, Hansen & Boo 2000).
Source of current name
Cho, T.O., Choi, H.-G., Hansen, G. & Boo, S.-M. (2000). Corallophila eatoniana comb. nov. (Ceramiaceae, Rhodophyta) from the Pacific coast of North America. Phycologia 39: 323-331.
Created: 07 January 1999 by M.D. Guiry
Verified by: 30 September 2011 by G.M. Guiry
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Guiry, M.D. & Guiry, G.M. 2021. AlgaeBase. World-wide electronic publication, National University of Ireland, Galway. http://www.algaebase.org; searched on 20 October 2021.